Wancher Cha-no-Yu

The tranquility that is instilled in the Japanese tea ceremony embodies its essence

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While Japanese culture is capturing the hearts of many worldwide, Tea Ceremony in particular represents the value of hospitality and perfections in imperfections. "Cha-no-Yu", translated literally as "hot water for tea", is the term referring to a formal tea gathering - a beautiful emotional exchange between the Tea Master and the guest of honor.

Cha-no-Yu is our collection that embodies the colors of Japanese Tea Ceremony. Through this, we deliver the aesthetics and soul behind Tea Ceremony, which is meant to show us humility and an effortless beauty.


About Wancher Matcha pen

Wancher Matcha takes you to the historic Japanese culture of Tea Ceremony. The pen is accompanied with an impressively smooth 18K gold nib for the satisfying writing feel.

 With the color of Japanese matcha, Wancher Matcha represents the renowned, thousand year tradition of Tea Ceremony culture that is brought into this modern world. The rich green of the body represents Matcha - grinded young Japanese tea leaf into powder which is then poured over with boiled water before whisked to achieve the rich foam texture.

 The cream tone on the finish embodies the ceramics that holds the Matcha.

18K Nib & Customization

18K nib boasts excellent writing experience and appearance.

Optional Kodachi (小太刀) nib customization is also available in three sizes; F, M, and B with an additional 4 - 7 weeks upon your order.

The customized Kodachi nib size and the engraving on the nib differ due to the bigger nib size requirement before grinding. For example: Kodachi M and MF nib, but the original base nib is B size.


The Rich culture of Tea ceremony

The tradition of the tea ceremony is deeply rooted in the wholehearted care of the guest. The tea master, who performs the ceremony, uses several tools, including Chawan tea bowls, a bamboo scoop, a container for the Matcha powder, a bamboo-carved whisk, a kettle, and a brazier.

Japanese culture places an emphasis on aesthetics and tranquility. As such, the design of a tea bowl becomes a quintessential part of the tea ceremony. When the tea master serves the Matcha, the guest is expected to take a moment to observe the bowl they drink from before expressing their gratitude to the tea master. The philosophy of 'Wabi-sabi,' which translates to the awareness and acceptance of imperfections as beauty, is heavily highlighted in the tea ceremony.


There are many ways to savor the experience of Matcha, and using this fountain pen is one of them.